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225. Embarcadero Center Holiday Ice Rink

November 12, 2010
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California being what it is during the holiday season means we don’t see much in the way of a winter-wonderland anywhere you look. At least in San Francisco that is. For a peek at how our friends in more frozen climates live, lace up your skates (or just rent them) at: The Embarcadero Center Holiday [...]

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166. Comedy Day in Golden Gate Park (FREE)

September 14, 2010
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It’s a good day to laugh after all. What’s going on with you this Sunday? Well, if not much then Sunday’s always a great time for an outing to Farmers’ Market. Maybe after a morning of picking out some fresh produce, you’ll be in the mood for some laughs in the park. Comedy Day in [...]

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153. Stand Up Comedy at The Purple Onion

September 1, 2010
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Returning to it’s comedy roots in 2004, The Purple Onion has been a long standing comedy institution in SF. This cellar club in North Beach has seen the best of the best in comedy on it’s stage and is still going strong. Find great talent and big laughs at The Purple Onion. Thursday nights special [...]

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151. Shakespeare in the Park (FREE)

August 30, 2010
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Shakespeare in the Park is a time honored summer tradition from coast to coast. It’s been a Bay Area tradition since 1983 and for 2010 you can find these plays happening in three different locations, including The Presidio in SF. Check this out from The Free San Francisco Shakespeare Festival site: Two Gentlemen From Verona [...]

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148. Roller Derby at Kezar Stadium

August 27, 2010
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Oh mercy, how did we miss this? You could have helped dear reader… you could have reminded us of this awesomeness It seems that roller derby has been going on for quite some time in SF, yet it somehow was pushed to the darkest corners of my memory. Anywhooo… serious looks like an action packed [...]

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131. 37th Annual Nihonmachi Street Fair

August 10, 2010
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This Saturday and Sunday in Japantown will play host to the 37th Annual Nihonmachi Street Fair. Lots of great food and entertainment in celebration of the diverse comunities of Asian and Pan-Pacific cultures around the Bay Area. More about the who event from their site: 37 years ago 3 young community activitist, Steve Nakajo, Ron [...]

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123. Cajun Concert and Dance Lessons in SOMA

August 2, 2010
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For the first Thursdays of the month, you can find folks dancing to Cajun Music, just South of Market, right in Jessie Square. It’s an open air dance party with dance lessons at the beginning of the evenings performance. More from the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival website: Let’s Go Dance@Jessie First Thursdays of the month [...]

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98. Film Night in the Park at Union Square

July 8, 2010
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Film night in the Park is back and this time the screening is at Union Square. The short of it is: Dirty Dancing. This Saturday, July 10th at 8pm. More from the Film Night in the Park site: I viewed this movie for the first time last night and I enjoyed every aspect of it [...]

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51. KFOG KaBoom is Tonight!

May 22, 2010
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So apparently piers 30/33 are deteriorating too much to risk having this year’s show at it’s usual downtown friendly location. So much so that this best annual fireworks extravaganza had to be moved from the Waterfront … to Candlestick. Even so, KFOG KaBoom! always puts on the best Fireworks show of the year. And they [...]

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